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KHLM-LD
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KHLM-LD: Houston, Texas
K10PY-D: Freeport, Texas
Branding TV Informa 43: Multimedios Houston
Channels Digital: 43 (UHF)
Subchannels 43.1 Multimedios
43.2 mbc
43.3 Infomercials
43.4 Para Oración
10.1 simulcast of KUVM-LP
10.2 Test pattern
10.4 Infomercials
10.5 Gems TV
Owner Lotus Communications Corporation
Founded November 7, 1996
Former callsigns KHLM-LP (1997-2009)

KHLM is a low-powered television station affiliated with the Mexico-based Multimedios Television, owned and operated by Lotus Communications Corporation. It broadcasts on channel 43 and licensed to Houston, Texas. It, in similar fashion to sister station KPHE-LP in Phoenix, Arizona, was intended to be a Bohemia Visual Music affiliate, but it was listed as "Coming Soon". It has a low powered digital station, K10PY-D channel 10 in Freeport, which has 6 sub-channels. It also has another digital station, on channel 43, with 4 different subchannels.

Until recently a simulcast of KHLM-LD 43 and theCoolTV were both carried on K10PY-D, on 10.1 and 10.3 respectively, but at some point in 2009, both feeds were dropped from it.

As of the last week of November (2009), K10PY-D is broadcasting a simulcast of KUVM-CA (Azteca America Houston) on 10.1 and nothing on 10.3.

"mbc" on 43.2

Digital television

The station's digital channel is multiplexed:

Channel Programming
43.1 Multimedios Houston (Main programming)
43.2 mbc (Millenium Broadcasting Company)
43.3 VNV (Vietnamese)
43.4 Bendicion TV (Spanish Religious)

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